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Electric Nano-Motor

Electric Nano-Motor


A team from Tufts University have created the world's smallest Electric Nano-Motor by running an electric current through a butyl methyl sulfide molecule.

When the current is introduced the entire structure spins along its sulfur atom which acts as a pivot, at a rate as high as 120 revolutions per second.ent through a butyl methyl sulfide molecule.

The butyl methyl sulphide molecule was placed on a clean copper surface and the tip of a scanning tunnelling microscope - was used to introduce electrical charge into the motor, as well as to take images of the molecule as it spun.ent through a butyl methyl sulfide molecule.

Scientists believe that this molecule could further be developed into a motor to power nano-sized devices in medicine. ent through a butyl methyl sulfide molecule.


   

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